A wild show IMO, just a unique Phish concert to my experience of them. It's shitty and awesome too, I dunno. 2.0 was strange times. Unfortunate yet lucky or somethin weird like that. This was the only 2.0 show I saw.
I've just listened twice to disc two, which is set two. I really think, if I'm not mistaken, that I generally enjoy this show. It helps when you were there. But I think they did decent work that night, and I guess that the proverbial monkey was light on the back that night.
I like how the HYHU > Terrapin > HYHU segment unfolds. It's terribly lengthy, like the longest fish segment ever you know? I don't know the stats, but they HYHU shit is eternal; especially since they end the Tweezer jam on the HYHU riff, and then start it all over again once Trey gets behind the drums.
Then there's a feedback debacle, and they finally resolve that after a vacuum jam ... then they play the song, then another vacuum jam ... then back to the song I think, and then Trey stops the proceedings to do the Fish Vote 2004 thing, before finally crashing back into wrapping up the fast HYHU/Fish takes a bow thingy.
Then it threatens to go on even longer, because Trey stops again to explain the upcoming Drums>Timber number, so the ongoing sprawl of set two just gets funny by then.
So I broke out my CDR of this show, and I'd actually gone through the trouble of finding a 3CD jewel box to put this in, and printed out the art for them. Perhaps I'm the only dude who ever bothered.